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You need to get out more GoM1.
Are we going to quickly for you Matt ?
If we do come out of the European Union, will be still be able to watch “Allo allo “
Yes, but your continental quilt will no longer work.
I still fail to see the reason why they cannot re-adopt the system that was used when parking was first made free at Wrexham Maelor.
i.e. You took a ticket from the machine that was for 2 hours or maybe it was three, if you needed more time you just went out and got anther ticket, that would stop the all day parkers from town, staff should have their own areas and permits.
Even if there were no attendants checking tickets people never actually know this is the case and not many would chance it.
Again, there are costs involved in renewing and servicing the machines that The Trust don’t want to incur.
The further that staff working lates or nights park from the main building, the more the need for increased security at the hospital. A cost that the Trust won’t bear. Unless things have changed drastically since I left, there’s one Security Officer available from 21:00 until 07:00 each night to patrol the whole site, escort staff to their cars, assist in attending to violent incidents in A&E and the wards, and to eject the “frequent flyers” who regularly manage to get into the various buildings to find sheltered places to sleep. Many of them display “challenging behaviour”.
- This reply was modified 3 months ago by AMA Express.
Perhaps a few of the hospital volunteers could assist in checking the length of time cars are parked, much like a parking attendant? A volunteer for each area once an hour would be a very useful way of finding out regular cars users who are neither patients or visitors.
And what are they going to do with the information ? For instance, having worked there, I know that several members of staff leave their cars in the car park from Monday to Friday as they lodge with other staff during the week and return home at weekends. Several patients come in for surgery and stay for days and their cars are left in the car park during that time. Until there’s a complete record made of ALL staff cars allowed on site, and proper control of the parking areas, there’s very little point in someone patrolling the site and recording vehicle numbers.
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